Epoxy resin AB glue is a permanent, waterproof adhesive. It is formed by epoxy resin (component A) and polyfunctional hardener (component B) to get crosslinked and cured. Curing can be achieved at room temperature. This two-part epoxy glue is known for high performance strength and durability. It can be used as an adhesive for a wide range of materials or as a versatile filler for gap bonding, surface repairs, and laminating.
1. Nitrile rubber gloves
2. Safety glasses
3. A well-ventilated woskspace
4. Cleaning supplies
5. Acommercial epoxy resin and hardener mixing stick or toothpick and a pin (optional)
Clean the surfaces on which you'll be applying the epoxy resin.
|Dispense even amounts of resin and hardener onto a clean,disposable surface||Mix for at 20 seconds until mixture is uniform|
|Apply to surface within 5 minutes.Bond strength will decrease the longer you wait to apply||Clamy surfaces together or leave undisturbed for 30 minutes.|
|Remove the cap in the middle of the piston||Squeeze the cap and close the cap|
● 1:1 mix ratio
● Waterproof, High temperature, UV light, and impact resistance
● Best for tough repairs requiring a durable bond, gap-filling, and solvent resistance
● Clear epoxy adhesive liquid bonds wood, metal, glass, ceramic, concrete, and fabric
● Dries clear; ideal for clean, easy finishing
● 5-minute set; plenty of repositioning time for the perfect fit
● Forms tough bond for durability
● Easy-to-use syringe; separate barrels of resin and hardener keep epoxy from hardening, plus syringe dispenses evenly and includes a cap for multiple uses
AB glue for glass, wood, tile, metal
In their liquid forms, resin and hardener can irricate skin and eyes, when you use, please wear protective nitrile rubber gloves and safety glasses, and work in a well-ventilated space.
Epoxy glue is a synthetic mixture of a resin or epoxy polymer and a hardener. When resin is mixed with a specified catalyst, curing is initiated. Used to attach or join a variety of the same or different surfaces together. Resistant to high temperatures, solvents, UV light and impact. Epoxy cures in two to 60 minutes (longer is stronger), reaching full strength in 24 hours.
Use rubbing alcohol (isopropyl), vinegar, acetone-based nail polish remover, and acetone to remove epoxy glue.
1. Soak the metal with the epoxy glue on it in a container of rubbing alcohol (isopropyl) or an acetone-based nail polish remover. ... Unwrap the item and scrape off the loosened epoxy with a scraper. If you notice a bit of a haze is left after cleaning, wipe it away with paint thinner and a rag.
2. Vinegar works on both cured and uncured epoxy adhesive.
3. Acetone-based nail polish remover, or acetone Apply acetone to a cotton bud or paper towel and rub gently until the adhesive comes away. For fully cured epoxy resin, you can first use a hot air gun to soften the epoxy glue, and then use acetone or mechanical removal, e.g. with a spatula or paint scraper.
Generally, the resin reaches 95% of its full cure within 24 hours and 100% of its cure within 72 hours.
If you want to speed up the curing speed of epoxy adhesive, you can take the following methods:
1. Buy a Faster-Curing Resin
Purchasing Hopson's faster-curing epoxy resin will speed up the drying process. Hopson quick-drying resins have a fast-acting curing agent in the formula. that will start to cure minutes after pouring.